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    Quote needed for enclosure/amp rack.

    So do any of you master carpenters think you can do this. I have designed an enclosure/amp rack for my hatch. The drawing below is what I have to work with. I drew it at 10% normal size so it's proportional.

    What I want to do is put the amps on top of the box. The amps measure 32 1/4" stacked end to end and are 9 2/3" wide so I just rouded it to 32.5" long and 10" deep on the top for safe measure.

    On the side view the bottom depth will be 15" because the back of it will sit flush with my back seats with the sub firing towards the rear. The space between the seat and the back of the box will be for wiring, d-block, my BLA, etc.

    The box needs to be about 1.25 ft^3 however for a single 12" sub. That's the tricky part.



    It's pretty straight forward and I would do it myself but I don't have a table saw

    So if you are up to it please let me know via PM. I'm looking for quality work and will pay for it

    I also included a pic of my hatch so you can visualize the space.




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    Re: Quote needed for enclosure/amp rack.

    Mods you can delete the thread as I already found a builder. Thanks to those that PM'ed me though!!



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